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I would like to create an output in .txt format in python. The problem is that the results are showing horizontally.

How can I set my values vertically?

for example my output has the format:
[6.48421466 4.28001787 6.76134729 5.45509747 7.68957008 3.25036695
 5.26088052 4.45128821 3.99247354 4.04626299 3.19329872 5.21477152
 5.75235725 5.4032342  4.75781543 4.86203242 4.94567754 6.2735008
 3.90191443 3.34211125 4.80198239 5.39782033 4.65575587 4.09630464
 4.68439523 4.24076152 2.70145788 3.18283344 2.67654271 6.71627663
 3.99750959 4.55231039 6.57358438 4.59699555 3.37902555 4.60574622
 5.7602282  5.34084772 4.2033163  4.41813674 5.83988272 4.56814295
 4.22884378 3.75609531 4.54537646 4.82880385 4.4317394  4.69930332
 5.46046878 3.38346653 4.02209524 4.73886735 4.91038119 3.83070474
 3.46198489 4.89056201 3.45052842 3.60843658 5.38378215 5.82383583
 3.37329096 3.72459568 5.42039616 5.4329635  5.16597499 3.61643261
 5.51898447 4.75482025 4.43989681 4.71631944 5.04887236 4.16837725]


What I have tried:

I have tried:

Python
with open('outputdata.txt','w',encoding='utf-8') as fout:

     fout.writelines(str(A))


and

with open('outputdata.txt','w',encoding='utf-8') as fout:

     fout.write(str(IA)+'\n')


But it is no use. My results are showing horizontally, and not vertically (with a column format I mean)
Posted
Updated 13-Nov-20 1:48am
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Comments
Richard MacCutchan 13-Nov-20 7:59am
   
It is all explained in the tutorial, as I keep telling you. But hey, it's your time that you are wasting.

1 solution

with open('outputdata.txt', 'w',) as f:
    f.writelines([str(x) + '\n' for x in A])
   
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